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Social Studies Opinion We Don't Know Who Won the Election, But I Know What I'll Say to My Class Today
My post-election lesson plan includes addressing both students’ social-emotional needs and the Compromise of 1877, writes teacher Chris Dier.
Education Opinion Pennsylvania Charter Emphasizes Liberal Arts for Success
Renaissance Academy is a K-12 public charter school in Phoenixville, Pa. that focuses on liberal arts to prepare students for college.
Curriculum Opinion The 'T-Shaped Curriculum': Liberal Arts, Technical Education, or Both?
In this blog Marc explains why strong technical skills alone are not enough for students who will enter today's rapidly changing workforce. Now, more than ever, students need a solid education in the liberal arts.
Curriculum Opinion Paul Horton: Will Liberal Arts be Saved by the Common Core?
Not much here for those who are seeing their courses and jobs cut. There seems to be a central message here: follow the Common Core like the yellow-brick road or there might not be any funding for the humanities.
School & District Management Study Showing Value of Liberal Arts Education Counters Skeptics
Over time, liberal arts majors close the employment and salary gap, according to a new report.
College & Workforce Readiness Liberal Arts Education Valued by Employers, Survey Finds
Employers are looking for new hires with a broad range of skills and innovation, according to a new survey.
Education Parents Lack Faith in Liberal Arts Degree, Survey Finds
A new parent survey by Gallup and Insider Higher Ed shows increasing concern over costs and general liberal arts education.
Education Funding Opinion High School: A New Home for the Liberal Arts Curriculum?
Marc Tucker argues that the liberal arts curriculum, although less popular today than it used to be, still has a place in today's education system.
Education Opinion Technology Mastery for Liberal Arts: Thank You, Steve Jobs
In a 1996 interview with Terry Gross from National Public Radio (NPR), Steve Jobs highlighted his philosophy of "Computer Science Is A Liberal Art" that, in hindsight, would by followed by over a decade of innovative products that made technology easily accessible for millions of people.